Isolation and sexual adaptability contributed to the evolution of thousands of palm species.
Botanists collated genetic data from 51 different genetic studies on Acacia species to compare genetic diversity between native and invasive populations.
Botanists find petal colour can signal a monkeyflower’s drought tolerance.
Some plants tackle thieves and pollinators eating pollen by producing enough both to feed visitors and fertilise available ovules.
New study finds that scent is more pollinator-specific than heating up the flower-like parts
Scientists present 28 recommendations for studying plant intraspecific trait variation.
Scientists share viewpoints on the role of glycoproteins in cell wall network
New metric quantifies the “puzzle-shape-ness” of tree crowns.
A new study suggests a simple genetic control of self- and cross-pollination compatibility in an ornamental tree
New X-raying method reveals how a fern accumulates rare-earth elements in its tissues
Landscape management could help combat plant viruses.
New study uses laser scanning of urban trees for mathematical models
Adaptation to extreme habitats starts in the seed.